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DNA Double-Strand-Break Dosimeter for Radiation Therapy
A unique radiation dosimeter to directly measure biological damage from radiotherapy has been developed at UT Health San Antonio to greatly the improve accuracy of radiotherapy doses for certain challenging clinical scenarios.Background:Radiotherapy is an important tool in the arsenal of anti-cancer treatments as it generates Double-Strand-Breaks (...
Published: 3/6/2018   |   Inventor(s): Neil Kirby, Eun Yong Shim, Sang Lee
Category(s): Medical Devices > Monitoring Equipment, Other > Testing/Calibration Equipment, Clinical Specialty > Oncology, Clinical Specialty > Radiology
Time Sensitive Foley Catheter Alarm
This device allows a caregiver to easily monitor the total time that a catheter has been in place via an integrated indicator. This indicator is activated at placement by means of a simple pull strip or other similar action and, once activated counts down to a preset expiration time.The device was designed by a University of Texas Health Science Ce...
Published: 4/16/2015   |   Inventor(s): Jayson Aydelotte
Category(s): Medical Devices > Consumables, Medical Devices > Monitoring Equipment, Clinical Specialty > Urology
Thin-Film Capacitive Sensor with Multiple Applications
This wireless implantable flexible sensor technology addresses the ubiquitous need for blood pressure monitoring and control, and could serve patients with chronic cardiovascular conditions to ensure compliance with treatment and as a warning system for an acute event. There are significant uses beyond biomedical ? the sensor can be configured to m...
Published: 4/10/2015   |   Inventor(s): Steven Bailey, Peter Starr, C. Mauli Agrawal
Category(s): Medical Devices > Monitoring Equipment, Clinical Specialty > Cardiology
Biosensors for Air or Fluid Leaks After Surgery
This device is a multifaceted platform technology that can perform a variety of functions including, but not limited to, measuring cardiac output after heart surgery, detecting air leaks after lung surgery. The device can directly measure physiological changes at a desired organ, tissue, and/or site. This site may be any portion of the body includi...
Published: 12/18/2013   |   Inventor(s): Daniel Dearmond
Category(s): Medical Devices > Monitoring Equipment, Clinical Specialty > Pulmonology